New York : Penguin, 1992.
Row is a real place in Monterey, California. It's neighborhood community
is made up of castoffs from more typical society. Even these marginal types
live by their own rules and form bonds of friendship and mutual respect.
If you've wondered about those types cast as street people or tramps or
skid row bums, reading Cannery Row may shed light on the manner and customs
of this non-conforming segment of society.
California -- Fiction
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